whales are all over the bay, and whales love to play and feed in the Half Moon Bay waterfront area. Romance is alive and well on the Half Moon Bay waterfront. This scenic coastal area, found about 35 minutes from San Francisco, is considered one of the best romantic spots in the world. The water is calm and lush, and a great place to take a stroll and enjoy the setting sun. The whales come to the bay each summer with their mate whales and mothers.
There is a guided Half Moon Bay whale watching cruise available every day of the week. Each tour operator has their own private whale watching fleet. You can always see whales from the safe, elevated position of a Half Moon Bay pillar point RV park. You can also tour the entire harbor and watch whales play. You can always say, “We’ve just got to see more whales!”
Half Moon Bay is home to Pelicans, the California condor species. Pelicans are known for their long necks and sharp beaks. In June, the pelicans’ migration route takes them right by the popular San Pablo bay Bridge. You will definitely want to be a part of the migration when viewing these amazing birds from a Half Moon Bay pillar point RV park.
In June the whales migrate from Alaska to the warmer waters of Pacific Ocean. You can always say, “We’ve just got to see more whales at Half Moon Bay.” In July the whales return to their breeding grounds in Alaska. You can see whales, dolphins and seals as they play together in the bays and along the coastlines. Whale watching is a must during this time. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a humpback whale!
The migration route of the whales goes through San Pablo Bay at its end. You will see whales, seals and pelicans along the Highway one – a.k.a. Highway one – the Golden Gate Bridge – in San Pablo. You can also see whales, dolphins and seals along the California exit ramp to Los Angeles and at the San Pablo Bay exit for Highway one, half moon bay.
In August, whales return to their calving grounds in Alaska. You can see whales, dolphins and seals along the California exit ramp to Los Angeles and on the San Pablo Bay Bridge. If you plan on traveling the California coastline, whales are a must see in June, July and August. There are many whale watching tours in and around Half Moon Bay, San Pablo and Santa Cruz.